Add custom fields

Adding custom fields 

Adding custom fields works only with Post New or Edit Job/Post New or Edit request.
To add custom fields to a job, to a request or to user’s profile the next steps have to be followed. 
Go on the page where you want to add one or multiple custom field(s) by scrolling until the bottom of the page and click on ‘Add row’   > Custom field.
Complete the fields you consider necessary ( mandatory the ones that contain *).
- Full: displayed on full page 
- Half: displayed as 2 on the same row 
- Half solo: displayed solo on a row 

- Third: displayed as 3 on a row 

Type: Input 
Note: <input> elements are not supported in Internet Explorer 9 (and earlier versions), or Safari.
- Color: The Input Color object represents an HTML <input> element with type="color".

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- E-mail: The Input Email object represents an HTML <input> element with type="email".

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- Hidden: The Input Hidden object represents an HTML <input> element with type="hidden".

- Number: The Input Number object represents an HTML <input> element with type="number".

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- Password: The Input Password object represents an HTML <input> element with type="password". 

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  • Search: The Input Search object represents an HTML <input> element with type="search".
  • Text: The Input Text object represents an HTML <input> element with type="text".
  • URL: The Input URL object represents an HTML <input> element with type="url".
Type: Checkbox
The <input type="checkbox"> defines a checkbox.
The checkbox is shown as a square box that is ticked ( checked ) when activated.
Checkboxes are used to let a user select one or more options of a limited number of choices.

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Type: Radio

The <input type="radio"> defines a radio button.

Radio buttons are normally presented in radio groups (a collection of radio buttons describing a set of related options). Only one radio button in a group can be selected at the same time.

Note: The radio group must have shared the same name (the value of the name attribute) to be treated as a group. Once the radio group is created, selecting any radio button in that group automatically deselects any other selected radio button in the same group. You can have as many radio groups on a page as you want, as long as each group has its own name.

Note: The value attribute defines the unique value associated with each radio button. The value is not shown to the user, but is the value that is sent to the server on "submit" to identify which radio button that was selected. 

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Type: Select

The <select> element is used to create a drop-down list.

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Type: Textarea

The <textarea> tag defines a multi-line text input control. 

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An editing interface which resembles how the page will be displayed in a web browser.

It will be displayed on job’s page as you modified it when posting the job.
Type: Time

The <time> tag defines a specific time ( or date time ).

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Type: Date

The <input type="date"> defines a date picker.

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Type: Datetime
The date time attribute represent a machine-readable format of the <time> element. 
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Type: File

The <input type="file"> defines a file-select field and a "Browse" button for file uploads.

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Type: Link

The <link> tag defines the relationship between the current document and an external resource. 

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Type: Button

The <button> tag defines a clickable button. 

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Type: Tags

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Type: Slider

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Type: Google Map

HTML Google Map is used to display maps on your webpage when you have the location enabled.

How to delete a custom field?

Go on the page where you added the custom field, scroll down until you find it and delete it by clicking twice the ‘ – ‘ button > Update.

Important information: When you remove "layouts" from your "Post New or Edit Job/ Post new or Edit Request" page, please make sure the last "layout" has the "Width" set to "Full" or "Half Solo" .